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Absolutely, I’ve been in England for 2 years and I’d go home in the morning if I could. I say if I could though, I can… But I would be taking an Irish Nurse Heartbeat Stethoscope Lucky St. Patricks Day Shirt pay cut, paying similar costs of living and my partner wouldn’t have any job security whatsoever (he’s a skilled worker). It’s not that there’s nothing for me, my family, friends, and life is there, it’s just these years of my early career are for building a career, network and making money – Ireland can’t offer that, IMO. However, as soon as I have established myself, I’ll be back (I hope). Also – I hate people complaining about it, each to their own but it’s generally from people that have either never left.